Instructor Daniel Cornelius ’09 co-taught “Land Education,” part of a first-year interest group that connects students with the land through an Indigenous lens.
Things look a little different this year. During the fall and spring semesters, many classes were held virtually, and those held in person required a number of safety measures.
UW Law Library Received Grant to Improve Access to Tribal Laws The UW Law Library received an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant for its Digital Publication of Tribal Laws Pilot Project. Together with …
How can Wisconsin’s unemployed and underemployed residents get legal support on civil matters that might make it harder to find and keep a job? Thanks to an innovative partnership known as LIFT Dane, there’s an …
Shalanda Baker, a professor of law, public policy, and urban affairs, has joined President Biden’s administration as deputy director for energy justice at the Department of Energy.
Thomas Mitchell, a property law scholar, was named a 2020 MacArthur Fellow for his work in reforming laws and developing policy solutions that help Black and other disadvantaged families deprived of land, home, or real estate wealth.
A new endowed professorship at the University of Wisconsin Law School will honor the memory of an alumnus and his wife, while supporting faculty work.
As the first woman and first African American to ascend to major political posts in Wisconsin, Vel Phillips’ career was full of firsts.
Shabnam Lotfi, the founder of Lotfi Legal, specializes in immigration law.
A number of cherished UW Law School faculty and staff have recently retired. UW Law School bids farewell to these individuals who have given so much to the Law School community.